Archive for Wednesday, September 4, 2002

Local sports briefs

September 4, 2002


Seabury volleyball 1-1 at opening triangular

Topeka Elise Stella had 11 kills on the night and Anne Stella had 19 digs, was 19-for-19 on serves and had five aces as Seabury Academy went 1-1 at a season-opening volleyball triangular on Tuesday at Topeka Cair Paravel.

Seabury lost to Manhattan Flint Hills Christian, 15-11, 15-7, but beat Cair Paravel, 11-15, 15-5, 15-11.

"We had hoped to go 2-0," Seabury coach Tracy Kitson said, "but we're happy with the 1-1 split. We had some first-game jitters. Overall, I'm very impressed with how we played. I saw some things that really impressed me."

Setter Janie Schneider had 20 assists for the Seahawks.

Firebirds' Johnson 8th

Topeka Free State High's Ashley Johnson placed eighth at the Topeka West Invitational contested Tuesday at Western Hills Golf Course. Kim Scafe shot 95 and Jaclyn Morgenstern 103 for Free State, which did not have a team score.

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